Good. Book. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 184pp., glossary, biblio., appendices, light wear. "Leo's War is a fine addition to Canadian literature of the First World War. The letters of Leo LeBoutillier are a touching look into the life of a heroic First World War soldier. Leo was in many ways typical of the young Canadians who volunteered in 1914: a kind, family man dedicated to his community and his Country...His letters give a personal insight into the type of man that brought Canada to Nationhood during the First World War."-Norm Christie, author and host of the acclaimed W.W. I documentary "For King & Empire" as seen on The History Channel.
[978-0-9783052-0-8] , 1st printing. (Trade paperback) Near fine. 184pp. Maps, photographs, appendices, glossary, bibliography. Book about 24 Battalion Victoria Rifles & Leo Leboutillier. Locale: . (Military--Canada, Battle of Vimy Ridge, Military--Canada, Personal Narratives--World War 1, World War 1)
Very Good. 9780978305208. 184 pp. Photos. Light edgewear. Signed by the author on the title page. Letters home from Leo LeBoutillier, a young Canadian soldier, to his family during the First World War. LeBoutillier joined up with the 24th Battalion (Victoria Rifles) in Montreal in 1914.; 8vo 8"-9" tall; Signed by Author.
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